Mother’s Day marks the beginning of National Women’s Health Week, where we encourage women to make health their top priority. The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed strength and stamina in women all across the globe as they’ve worked to keep their families safe.
Women who fill caregiving roles have a high risk for poor physical and mental health, and it’s important to give these women the appreciation that they deserve. If you haven’t had time in your busy schedules to consider your health, here’s your chance. Here are some healthy tips and habits that you can easily implement into your busy life:
Maintain a Healthy Diet
- Incorporate balanced recipes and meals into your everyday menu.
- Look for fresh fruits and vegetables, and try to avoid highly processed foods.
- Limit your soda and alcohol consumption to prevent harmful diseases.
Be Physical and Active: Easy Exercises To Do At Home
- Abdominal Blaster for your arms, shoulders, back, and abdomen.
- Dead Bugs for your arms, legs, back, and abdomen improves core and balance.
- Oblique Twist for your chest, back, and core.Improve spinal flexibility through Bridge with Marches exercises.
Adequate and healthy Sleep
- Create a nightly routine so that your body recognizes the time for rest and recovery.
- Avoid using a cell phone or tablet one hour before your bedtime.
How to celebrate?
- Post about the strong women in your life.
- Use the hashtag #NWHW and tag a female friend
eMedEvents has provided several in-person events and webcasts for female caregivers, nurses, and other healthcare professionals interested in learning more about women’s health. By signing up for the below events, you will be able not only to have an in-depth understanding of women`s health but these events may also prove quite fruitful in your professional growth.
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